July 18, 2007
Albany - The South Georgia Wildcats have plenty to play for in their final regular season home game against the Alabama Steeldogs.
The Wildcats have already clinched a playoff berth but need the win to stay in the driver's seat for the AF2 South Division title.
South Georgia though may be without several starters for Saturday's game.
Receiver Scott Cloman and linebacker Jason Null will not play this week due to injuries.
Even though nose guard Joe Wooldridge is back at practice, head coach Derek Stingley says the coaching staff may hold Woolridge out for a fourth straight gameto make sure he is ready to when the playoffs begin.
Derek Stingley said "This game is a little personal and we want it. We are in the playoffs and I am more concerned with winning every game in the playoffs. It would be great for us to win out and us have the division championship. But would it do to win the division championship and not win the whole championship."
The Alabama Steeldogs have won four straight over South Georgia.
The Wildcast are 6-1 at home this season.